Not Every Settlement is Created Equal

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Settlement is a word you hear quite often in personal injury law.

It is defined as an official agreement intended to resolve a dispute or conflict. In a personal injury case, the settlement is usually financial compensation intended to offset the costs the plaintiff incurred from their injuries. Most often, this compensation comes from the insurance company of the at-fault driver.

You might think getting the insurance company to pay is the hard part, but it’s not. Insurance companies are eager to write accident victims a check for their injuries as soon after their accident as possible. The trick is getting the insurance company to pay what the accident victim deserves, and that’s where we come in.

At Cory Watson, we’ve been fighting the big insurance companies on behalf of our clients for more than 30 years. That experience has earned us a reputation for being unrelenting in our pursuit of maximum compensation for our clients.

We don’t take small settlement checks from the insurance company, because doing so would financially compromise our client long-term. They deserve money for current and future medical bills, lost wages, and the pain and suffering their injuries have caused. Anything less is an insult.

If you’ve been injured in a car wreck, call our Birmingham car accident attorneys today for a free consultation. We’ve helped hundreds of car accident victims in Alabama get the compensation they deserve, and we’re ready to put that experience to work for you.

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